This brief presents findings of a formative examination of the use of child support cooperation requirements among states that have executed the option to impose a child support cooperation requirement in their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or child care subsidy program.
Related Publications for Pamela Holcomb
Child Support Cooperation Requirements in Child Care Subsidy Programs and SNAP: Key Policy ConsiderationsOct 30, 2018
Child Support Cooperation Requirements in Child Care Subsidy Programs and SNAP: Key Policy Considerations (Infographic)Oct 30, 2018
This infographic summarizes findings from a formative examination of the use of child support cooperation requirements among child care subsidy programs and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance program (SNAP).
An Institutional Analysis of American Job Centers: Study HighlightsApr 30, 2018
This paper summarizes the Institutional Analysis of American Job Centers (AJCs) study design, key findings, and implications for the AJC system under the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act.
An Institutional Analysis of American Job Centers: Key Institutional Features of American Job CentersApr 30, 2018
This paper presents an overview of key institutional features of the American Job Center (AJC) service delivery system across the country.
Parents and Children Together: The Complex Needs of Low-Income Men and How Responsible Fatherhood Programs Address ThemMar 01, 2018
This report examines (1) the characteristics and views of fathers who voluntarily enrolled in responsible fatherhood programs aimed at increasing their parental involvement, (2) how the programs were designed and implemented, and (3) how the fathers responded to the services offered in the programs.
Providing Financial Support for Children: Views and Experiences of Low-Income Fathers in the PACT EvaluationFeb 28, 2017
This brief explores in-depth interviews with low-income fathers enrolled in responsible fatherhood programs about their experiences with the child support system.
Fathers' Views of Co-Parenting Relationships: Findings from the PACT EvaluationDec 14, 2016
In-depth qualitative interviews with a subset of low-income fathers participating in a Responsible Fatherhood program offer insights into the nature of fathers’ co-parenting relationships with their children’s mothers, the tenor of these relationships, and the fathers’ efforts to co-parent their children.
The Role of Social Networks Among Low-Income Fathers: Findings from the PACT EvaluationOct 31, 2016
Findings from the qualitative study of the Parents and Children Together evaluation offer insight into the social networks of low-income fathers and the organizational supports they turn to for assistance.
In Their Own Voices: The Hopes and Struggles of Responsible Fatherhood Program Participants in the Parents and Children Together EvaluationJun 25, 2015
This report describes findings from the first round of in-depth interviews conducted as part of the Parents and Children Together (PACT) evaluation. Interviews were held with 87 low-income, mostly noncustodial fathers who voluntarily enrolled in one of the four Responsible Fatherhood (RF) programs being...
Responsible Fatherhood Programs in the Parents and Children Together (PACT) EvaluationApr 17, 2015
Policy interest and support for increasing the positive involvement of fathers in their children's lives has increased substantially in recent years, with a dedicated federal funding stream for responsible fatherhood programs.
Employer Resource Networks: Uniting Businesses and Public Partners to Improve Job Retention and Advancement for Low-Wage WorkersJun 30, 2010
This issue brief describes the Employer Resource Network (ERN), an innovative, employer-based model that pulls together a consortium of small- to mid-size businesses to provide job retention services, work supports, and training opportunities for entry-level employees, many of whom are receiving public...
Early Implementation of the Welfare-to-Work Grants Program: Findings from Exploratory Site Visits and Review of Program PlansFeb 01, 2000
Provides information on the early design, operations, and implementation of the welfare-to-work grants program, finding a special emphasis on supported employment and increased attention to job retention in some programs.